Atlast the show reached its climax on the 5th of August 2009... All the hardwork we had put on the past (close to) six months had finally culminated into the "Go-Live" of the JGT. This project had been underlined by the incidents of my personal life so I can tell the milestones dates by heart. The day I was called for reading the RFP in Bangalore, I was leaving to Padalur to participate in the funeral of Vaithy. Then... waited a while for the status of this project to decide on the marriage date of mine, but at the end it came to us officially on the very next day of my marriage. And... The day I was leaving for my honeymoon clashed with the client's visit to our Chennai office, so I had to postpone / cut short my honeymoon trip by a day. Finally.... like the nail biting climax, my passport which was nearing its expiry, was renewed on the eve of my Dubai trip. This project was a really learning experience and I had experienced on the first hand - "how onsites are not really rosy as made out". When we went live officially, all the hardships we underwent, misgivings were conveniently forgiven and forgotten... After all it is a moment to be cherished and loved rather than carrying the personal scores to be settled. Don't know whether I'll be back to this part of the world again, but UAE had got still more special for me because of my first ever onsite implementation. Awaiting for my return to India in next very few dates... Couldn't wait joining my family soon.
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